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2010 f150: rear seat..seat back..super cab..08 and I cant figure it

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how do you remove the rear seat back of a 2010 f150 supercab? it is different from 08 and I can't figure it out.
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Edited by Kyle on 9/25/2009 at 11:45 PM EST
sorry I missed where you had written that. Give me a second and I will have the procedure for you.

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2010 F-150 Workshop ManualHere are the procedures for removing the rear seat back in your truck.

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Seat backrest removal

  1. Release the 2 backrest latches.
    • Locate the 2 access holes in the backrest frame aligned with the inboard edge of the child safety seat anchorages and insert a suitable tool through the access holes.
      • Be careful not to damage the seat trim covers.
    • Push in and release the 2 backrest latches.
      • Push the backrest down slightly to allow the latches to release then raise the backrest away from the latch.
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  1. Raise the backrest and release the upper clips.
  1. Route the backrest through the center safety belt webbing and remove.
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